Monday, March 8, 2021

April 2021 Committee Meetings

Facilities Committee Meeting

Tues., April 13
6 p.m.

Agenda: 

Come to the meeting ready to share: 1) intersections of key concern for biker safety and why, 2) observations/experiences from riding the intersections and what could be improved to a) make you feel safer, b) make it easier to ride. We'll definitely discuss the intersections of 11th & Vermont St and Rhode Island Ave/Q St/11th St, but please also explore other intersections proposed for improvement.

Because our meeting is virtual and not a group ride: One possible approach to independently exploring the intersections is to ride along one or a few of the bike corridors listed below (this is a huge study area, so feel free to observe a handful of areas, and bring that deeper experience to the meeting).
  • Corridor 1: 15th street from Massachusetts to Florida AveIntersections: N & 15th, O & 15th, Church & 15th, Swann & 15th, and Chapin & 15th
  • Corridor 2: Florida Ave from 15th to VermontIntersections: 13th & Florida, Belmont & Florida, 10th/Barry & Florida
  • Corridor 3: 11th street from Q to LamontIntersections: Q & 11th/Rhode Island, Vermont & 11th, Clifton & 11th, Lamont & 11th
  • Corridor 4: Georgia Ave from Girard to ColumbiaIntersections: Gresham Pl & Georgia, Girard & Georgia, Columbia & Georgia
  • Corridor 5: Sherman from Columbia Rd to New Hampshire Ave, then New Hampshire to Rock Creek Church RdIntersections: Morton & Sherman, Newton & New Hampshire, Princeton & New Hampshire, Rock Creek Church & New Hampshire
  • Corridor 6: 14th Street from Park Rd to Spring RdIntersections: Meridian & 14th, Otis & 14th, Parkwood Pl & 14th, Perry & 14th

Agenda: 

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Please see individual listings for call-in numbers and other ways to join.

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